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over the area, shouldn't be too big of a deal that impact your fireworks show. look at what we are expecting at 9:00, 50 along the coast, 60s for the bay area and inland 75. we will look at what you can expect tonight and tomorrow coming up. >>> right now we want to show you a live picture of the bay bridge toll plaza. folks may be headed in to san francisco to watch the big show. now we want to move to the golden gate bridge, looks like it's pretty clear in both directions tonight. >>> many fourth of july celebrations got underway early today. thousands watched the parade in san jose. it included floats, cars, veterans and other participates of all ages. >> why do you come? >> to celebrate america's birthday. >> we saw all the army reserve and stuff on the truck. he was yelling thank you, thank you. >> a big festival that included food, games and activities. >> folks lined to see the streets to see this independence day parade. 170 floats and 2500 participates. the parade kraut rout is the second longest in the nation, 3 miles. >>> some residents started the fourth of july wit
it was a big deal. but i understood that this person could be hurt really bad. so i was in shock. i just kept looking behind me, you know hoping somebody was back there helping him. >> it's really sad because all he was trying to do is get a ball. be a fan and have a good time. >> reporter: we talked to giants fan getting ready for tonight's game about the video they saw last night. >> it was really scary how they kept showing it over and over. >> reporter: players are encouraged to be fan friendly an they will review the incident to continue safe environment to fans. the fans we talked to said one incident should not change the tradition. the foul ball thrown into the stands. >> the height of stands should be changed. >> reporter: the widow had one request, that the video now widely viewed on the internet no longer be shown. >>> caltrans is moving forward with plans to mount cameras on its trains. the agency says the recordings will help improve security and prevent trespassing and vandalism. lawyers are also looking into how long the images will be stored and if they would be subject to pub
on the increase. and that will continue to increase late tonight into early tomorrow morning. that will be a big factor in the bay area forecast. in fact, we'll show it to you now. increasing low clouds for tonight. tomorrow we'll stick with the theme cool for the beaches, warm temperatures inland and then we have a bit of a warming trend showing up on the long range weather maps. first thing tomorrow morning, partly cloudy skies inland but mostly cloudy skies for the coast and for the bay. most of the bay area starting out sunday morning in the 50s. tomorrow temperatures do come up a little bit by about 2 to 5 degrees from today's highs. and those southwesterly winds will be increasing in the afternoon to around 20 miles an hour. as we take this into next week monday and tuesday, this weather system moves in from the north increasing the marine layer. as a result, more fog and we'll continue to have a bit of a drop in the numbers for monday. tuesday will be the coolest day of the upcoming workweek. here's our forecast model showing you the overcast with the fog. first thing tomorrow morning at
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